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BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 28, 2010, 09:57:48 AM »
• “Investors must keep in mind that there’s a difference between a good company and a good stock. After all, you can buy a good car but pay too much for it.” -Richard Thaler.

Thanks my dear students. This work shop will try to cover all of the necessary areas by using a variety of interactive and practical exercises which prepare the students for their ultimate presentation.

Hope, joining this work shop will help you to be a good presenter.

Thanks Shibli Sir. I get your slides. Hope, this will help me for my work shop.

We all want to give interesting, effective and memorable presentations. Our main objective as a presenter is to deliver a message. So, good presentation skills are must for any person working in the corporate world today. Many people are tensed while presenting in front of an audience, whether big or small since it is a valuable means of reaching out to large number of people. Excellent presentation skills call for generating curiosity and enthusiasm amongst the audience.

The majority of students now-a-days at different level of education face Course Presentation and surely going to deliver lots of presentation at some point of their Career. But it is my personal observation that students have lots of problem in their presentation. They are doing same mistakes in every presentation as they are not following what their teachers are telling about their presentation. Unconsciousness regarding their scripts, preparation, speech delivery approach, slides, etc. creates this problem.

As a student of finance, I had to do lots of presentation in my different courses. Initially, I had such type of problems but when i was about to leave the university, i felt confident as a good presenter. I observed my growth of confidence.

Presentations are certainly a time when you can let your personality show. It is all about confidence.
Confidence in yourself as a person, as well as confidence in your work!

So, a workshop is designed for 7-10 days named “Executive Presentation Skill Development under Intensive Care” where only 15 students will be taken under intensive care to improve their presentation skill by several practices. Details regarding workshop will be published later.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 26, 2010, 09:24:13 AM »
Yes you can.

If you have any question you can ask.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 22, 2010, 10:56:19 AM »
Dear Shahin!

You will be able to know the answers of all the questions that Bidita has mentioned if you get the course, Fundamentals of Investment along with the workshop on Capital Market.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 09, 2010, 12:50:34 PM »
Students, who have any query about Capital Market Education Program, can write to me. And also if you have any suggestion/idea regarding this you can proceed.

Any question relating capital market will be entertained.

Use this forum and write to me.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 09, 2010, 12:41:44 PM »
Thanks to all of you for your greetings! It is very much pleasure for me to know that you all like it. Yes, i have a plan to arrange such type of work shops under Capital Market Education Program in near future. Not only work shops but also seminars, quizzes, Capital Market Tours, fairs, etc will be conducted under this program. From Fall Semester, i will try to implement it. But before that i will publish my plan in details to all of you.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: August 04, 2010, 11:21:43 AM »
Thanks every one for showing interest for the work shop. It will be held on Saturday(07/08/2010).  Hope, this work shop will fulfill your expectations.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: July 26, 2010, 02:43:05 PM »
Dear Students!

Thanks for showing immense interest for the workshop on Share Market. Hope, this workshop will help you in taking wise investment decision.

Those, who couldn't get registration due to unavailability of seat, are asked to participate in the next intake. This will probably be at the beginning of the Fall semester'2010.

Please, don't make any request to the officials for registration further as seat is not available.

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: July 22, 2010, 01:12:43 PM »
My dear student!

I have already paste the posters about the workshop containing relevant information. If you go through the information you will find that interested students are asked to collect registration form from BBA office or CDC. As officers of CDC are not available you can contact to BBA office.

Tanzina Hossain

BBA Discussion Forum / Re: Capital Market Education Program
« on: July 22, 2010, 01:06:37 PM »
You are right, Shibli Sir! That workshop should be for all of the DIU students. But the problem is that, this workshop is only for one day(six hours). Within this limited time it is hard to make the non-business students understand about Capital market as there are many business jargons with which only business students are comfortable. But, i have a plan to make such type of workshop for non-business students also, which will be for 2/3 days. In that workshop every one can participate.

Best Regards,

Tanzina Hossain
Sr. Lecturer

BBA Discussion Forum / Capital Market Education Program
« on: July 13, 2010, 01:01:02 PM »
Dear all,

I am going to organize an education program regarding capital market of Bangladesh named, Capital Market Education Program. This program aims at mixing the theoretical knowledge with practical aspects of capital market. Participants attending the program will be privileged of having more effective and much needed knowledge and information thoroughly and elaborately on capital market affairs for making a wise investment decision as well as availing career building prospect in the field of Capital Market. This program will encompass different Workshops, Seminars, Quiz competition, Fair, Capital market visit, & many more events on Capital Market Issues in near future.

The inaugural event: A day long workshop on "Capital market ABC & Personal Investment by Trading Affairs Learning (CAPITAL)"

This workshop will focus on the following Objectives:

•   Educating students of business as an investor by providing the necessary information and knowledge related to the activities of trading operation in Capital    Market
•   Providing a preliminary training to develop themselves as a professional in Capital market.
•   Aiding to mitigate the risk arising from lack of practical investment knowledge.
•   Helping participants to be aware of bookish as well as practical trading affairs.

When: Saturday (31/07/2010)

Eligible Participants: DIU business students

Program Contents
1.   Basic Orientation of Capital Market
2.   Pre-requisite activities of investing in the Stock Market
3.   Investors’ Rights and Responsibilities
4.   How to trade in the stock market
5.   Factors to be considered for investment in stock market
6.   Fundamentals of Stock Valuation
7.   Analysis of Financial Statement
8.   Technical Analysis
9.   Measures to Profit Maximization
10.   Portfolio Investment & stock Analysis

Interested students are requested to contact with CDC for details.

Best Regards,

Tanzina Hossain
senior Lecturer
Department of Business Administration
Faculty of Business & Economics
Daffodil International University(DIU)

Faculty Forum / Re: Student-teacher gap
« on: April 04, 2010, 04:53:37 PM »
Every teacher should get equal opportunity to be involved with extra-curricular activities with students to build a good relationship between teacher and student.

Tanzina Hossain

Faculty Forum / Re: Good Teacher
« on: April 03, 2010, 12:25:10 PM »
I do agree with Shibli sir that most of the students study at night before the exam. To reduce this tendency, we can take some steps such as-

-Most of the time we see that if we assign students to do a task as an assignment, they try to copy it as they do not read at home. To avoid this, sometimes we may ask questions on the assignment topic to the students at the time of collecting assignments. If they fail to answer us properly we can tell them to do the assignment again with an additional task. In this way, they will be encouraged to submit the assignment with a good knowledge on the topic to avoid this punishment.   

-After finishing our lecture we can let them go through about what we have discussed in that class (but not in depth) for ten minutes from their lecture copy. After that we can ask questions and based on their performance we can reward them a bonus point. In this way they will be motivated to listen our lectures attentively and write it in their copy.

By taking the above steps i hope we will be able to motivate them to study from the beginning of the course.

Tanzina Hossain
Senior Lecturer
BBA Department

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